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The burn of the beam/For thirty-three days/Day after day/Of high-energy rays

The burn of the beam/For thirty-three days/Day after day/Of high-energy rays http://t.co/lpHrxSYKlP #Poetry #medhum pic.twitter.com/8PNzmiF4mW — JAMA (@JAMA_current) November 9, 2014 Writing and doctoring/nursing are twin professions in my mind. It makes perfect sense that the two things I love most in this world are literature and medicine. What a Sisyphean effort–both pursuits–spending all hours of […]

Ebola, Epidemiology

So far this semester of nursing school we’ve spent less than an hour talking about Ebola in America. There is legitimate concern for good guidance on PPE. CDC guidelines have been in evolution, which makes health care workers nervous. (NY Times) BUT, epidemiology views the population as the patient. And right here right now we […]

Everything is about the menstrual cycle.

Week 44: Reproductive System: Puberty « A Primer for Women’s Health. The National Institute for Women’s Health topic of the week is puberty. On a similar note, informal interviews of my peers indicate that women in their 30s also go through hormonal changes, often experiencing breast discomfort, acne, and a dysphoria that makes them wonder […]

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